What is a deaf lottery and how to play the deaf lottery?

What is a deaf lottery and how to play the deaf lottery in 2020?

The purpose of lotteries is not only to make you a millionaire but also to do charities and help people and the community. For this reason lately Sydney-listed lottery provider Jumbo Interactive had signed a new B2B deal with leading Australian charity lottery operator Deaf Services. The five-year agreement will see Deaf Services deploy Jumbo’s Powered By platform to manage lottery sales, and includes a five-year extension option which is subject to certain performance criteria.

 The Powered By Jumbo business is going from strength to strength with a third leading charity lottery operator choosing Jumbo and demonstrating the scalability of the business and is another step towards our ‘$1 billion vision’ of $1 billion of lottery tickets sold over their platform.

With three leading charities onboard it provides greater critical mass and input towards further developing the platform to specifically meet charities platform requirements as Jumbo expands the business both domestically and internationally.

It’s not that playing deaf lottery doesn’t offer big prizes. Recently the deaf lottery 182, winner took home $850,000 – The Deaf Lottery’s largest-ever 1st prize. Click here to read more.

deaf lotteries Australia

Though at Australialottomillions we have already covered this topic but deaf lotteries have made few changes so here’s all that you wish to know about deaf lotteries.

Deaf Services is supported by its fundraising program, The Deaf Lottery Australia. Deaf Services is a leading not-for-profit organization providing support to Deaf and hard of hearing Australians across all age groups. Every ticket purchased supports the delivery of programs empowering the Deaf community to live full and independent lives. In addition to these programs, Deaf Services awards regular grants to members of the Deaf community to help them achieve their personal and professional goals, with funding coming directly from Deaf Lottery ticket purchases.

There are six lottery ticket books with $10. $20. $30. $50. $100. $200

Tickets can be purchased easily online, or over the phone 1800 773 678  or in-person from ticket sellers at shopping centres and events.

You can buylottery tickets online here

Tickets are sent to the email address you provided at the time of purchase. If you would prefer to receive your tickets by mail only, you can advise by contacting admin@deaflottery.com.au or 1800 773 678.

Your email will include a button saying DOWNLOAD YOUR TICKETS. Clicking this will allow you to download your official Deaf Lottery ticket, which will include your ticket numbers. This ticket can be saved to your computer for your records.

If you cannot see this button in your email, you may need to click the message near the top of your opened email saying Display Images/Pictures Below. Alternatively, click the message at the top of the email saying Can’t See This Email View Online. 

You can buy Deaf Lottery Australia tickets with a number of payment options. Your payment options include:

  • Credit Card/Debit Card (buy tickets here)
  • Direct Debit (download an order form here)
  • Cheque or Money Order (download an order form here)

Tickets are $2 each and are sold in books of $10, $20, $30, $50, $100 and $200. Any supporter purchasing a book of $20 or more is automatically eligible for a bonus Book Buyer Prize which instantly boosts their 1st Prize winnings. For example, a $100 Book adds $30,000 in extra Gold Bullion to the 1st Prize value!

The Early Bird Draw consists of $10,000 in Bonus Prizes. To be eligible, simply purchase $20 or more in consecutive tickets before the Early Bird Close Date. 

Deaf Lottery draw and prizes

Deaf Lottery draw and prizes

Each Major Draw is conducted at Deaf Services North (467 Enoggera Road, Alderley QLD 4051) at 11am AEST. It is conducted under strict QLD Government Licence and Victorian and NSW Permit regulations.

An independent Auditor conducts the Major Prize Draws (1st – 5th) to ensure legislative compliance, and all of the draws utilize a government-approved electronic random number generator. The random number generator is separate to their database and its sole purpose is to randomly select a number from a given range which they then use to identify winners. Members of the public are welcome to visit Deaf Services North to watch the Draw.

winners of deaf lotteries

You can find the deaf lottery results posted on their site’s Winners page, and all winners are contacted by email or phone. Alternatively, you can phone deaf lotteries  Customer Service Team on 1800 773 678 to find if you won or not.

Winners have 10 days from the Draw date to advise which Prize Option they wish to take.

When you win Gold Bullion, you have several options:

  • Sell all of the Gold Bullion to claim its value in cash
  • Sell some of the Gold Bullion for its cash worth and keep the remainder as an investment
  • Take possession of the physical Gold Bullion
  • Store the Gold Bullion for use at a later date

Join Deaf Lotteries VIP Cub

Join Deaf Lotteries VIP Cub

If you join the VIP Club you get the chance to WIN a share in over $500,000 in Bonus Prizes each year, including:

  • $20,000 Gold Bullion VIP 1st Prize Draw
  • $10,000 Cash VIP 2nd Prize Draw
  • $5,000 Cash VIP 3rd Prize Draw
  • 5 x $1000 Cash VIP Weekly Prize Draws every single week of every single Lottery!

You can become a VIP Club Member by ordering five or more tickets automatically in every Lottery (ongoing Credit Card or Direct Debit order) or pay in advance for three or more consecutive Lotteries. Your tickets will be delivered automatically each lottery and you can cancel your membership at any time at no additional cost. 

As a valued Deaf Lottery VIP Club Member, you can update or cancel your VIP status at any time. Simply email vipclub@deaflottery.com.au or 1800 773 678 to discuss your options.

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